For most of President Donald Trump’s first year in office, he and his lackeys used the stock market as a kind of alternate approval rating. His administration may be chaotic, his responses to the tragedies in Charlottesville and Puerto Rico …
At first glance, Chevron's fourth-quarter numbers looked good, with the oil giant earning $3.1 billion, or $1.64 per share. This was well ahead of the consensus estimate of $1.22 per share. However, the results included a $2 billion benefit from …
One of the nation’s leading experts in insider trading, James D. Cox, believes that Carl Icahn’s sale of more than 1 million shares of a steel-related stock just days before President Trump announced plans to impose steep tariffs on steel …
U.S. political worries returned to haunt investors on Friday, as speculation about another departure from President …
Energizer’s stock rose more than 9 percent Wednesday after its quarterly earnings beat analysts’ estimates. Town and Country-based Energizer Holdings Inc. reported a $60.4 million profit, or 98 cents a share, down from $95.5 million, or …
Facebook faced a weekend full of backlash following reports of an enormous data breach that led 50 million accounts to …
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American presidents cannot help but pay attention to the stock market. The reasons should be obvious: While many observers dismiss the market's performance as being largely divorced from the country's economic fundamentals, it's